While I was diggin’ through the archives of the Montana Supreme World of Wearable Art Award, I’ve found really nice discovery… Second Skin (2009) by Hayley May and Fiona Christie from Wellington, New Zealand.
I’ve managed to find on the web only three pictures of this interesting wearable sculpture… and here is the whole story behind the project, covered by New Zealand’s fair&blog Craft 2.0.
Second Skin by Hayley May and Fiona Christie (2009)
Photo: WOW! (c)
Nick Cave, photo taken from: greyareasymposium.org
Nena Skoko and Punctum for Art Experiment are organizing an open workshop Global Pop Pixel, which is a part of larger project Collecting/’flea market&art’. The workshop is taking place in Belgrade, Serbia (Small Gallery), from 26th October till 1st November, and everything produced in this period will be shown at the exhibition that lasts until 9th November.
Last summer Textile Museum of Canada presented Judy Chicago’s When Women Ruled the World, an exhibition covering 40 years of her art practice. Judy Chicago is shown as pioneer in many senses, resolving the stereotypes of female art, textile art, community art…., assaulting century-long models of aesthetics, patriarchal society and men-assigned monumentality.
Would God be Female? by Judy Chicago